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Popularity Of Puppets Climbs With Peoria Show
Whether it is because of the success of "Avenue Q," Jason Segel’s character in “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” or because it is just fun to watch cloth creations say unexpected things, the popularity of puppets appears to be climbing. Starting Friday, All Puppet Players will debut “The Exorcist Has No Legs” at Theater Works in Peoria. Shaun Michael McNamara, owner and artistic director of the All Puppet Players, shared more about the show and about being a creative force in puppeteering.